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Venice to celebrate 75th with tribute to Kluge

The Venice Film Festival will celebrate its Jubilee in 2007 - 75 years since it's founding - on August 6, 1932 on the Lido of Venice.As the world's oldest film festival, Venice will mark the jubilee with an event dedicated to Alexander Kluge, the German director (also 75 years old), who was born the same year as the festival's inception.Kluge has been awarded two Golden Lions and a Silver Lion and a Golden Lion for lifetime achievement in 1982, Venice's 50th anniversary.

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